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Wotancraft Pilot Lightweight Modular Camera Sling Bag Review

David Thorpe has been putting the Wotancraft Pilot configurable camera bag to the test to find out if it's the perfect bag for him and his kit.

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David Thorpe can usually be found reviewing Micro Four Thirds lenses and cameras but this time, he has turned his attention to a premium camera bag that can carry his MFT gear. 

On test is the "Pilot" travel camera bag from Wotancraft which is constructed from Cordura which makes it lightweight but durable and it has room for 1 camera body, 3 lenses and a laptop. Several pockets are built-in along with a luggage strap, tripod straps and a padded shoulder strap. 

"Sometimes I want to travel light with minimal kit and sometimes I want to take the whole caboodle with me. The Wotancraft Pilot is configurable to suit either use while keeping its own weight to a minimum," says David.

Hit 'play' on the video above to see what else David has to say on the "Pilot" travel camera bag from Wotancraft. If you want to see what else Wotancraft has to offer, have a look at our review of the Wotancraft Ranger in the Premium Camera Bag round-up.

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